It is with great sadness that we report the death of Scottish Trials rider, Hamish Combe a member of the Dunfermline & District Motor Cycle Club, he was aged 85 years.
Hamish was an active trials rider in the 1950s and 1960s and while not a Scottish Champion, he always finished well up in the championships and was a Scottish national trials winner.
He was the Scottish Experts winner in 1961 when the event was a qualifier for the ACU British Experts.
He owned for a time an ex-factory 250cc Francis-Barnett trials machine, MWK498.
Hamish was an active member of the Scottish Six Days Trial organising committee after retiring from competition. He was responsible for restoring the ex-Ron Thomson/Duncan Smith 500cc Triumph Trophy twin GAM686 which eventually became the property of Mike Bell.
His funeral will be held at Falkirk Crematorium on Monday, 23rd August 2021 at 2.30pm.
Main Photo: Scottish Clubman January 1959, shows Hamish Combe being presented with his winnings at an Edinburgh Southern MC award ceremony.
2 thoughts on “Hamish Combe 1935-2021”
Thank you Hamish for your friendship and all the good times. A true friend. Forever in our thoughts. From Alan, Pauline and family
PS hope you meet up with the big felly Stag
Will be sorely missed. Hope he’s somewhere riding bikes with my Dad Ludo